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We are a Roman Catholic Church, located in central Pennsylvania, in the wonderfully historic town of Muncy. Navigate through our website by using the buttons above. We hope you enjoy your visit with us. 

Live-Stream: Sunday 9:30 AM Mass

The Mass begins at 4min 30secs on the video above.

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An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, 
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. 
I love You above all things, 
and I desire to receive You into my soul. 
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally, 
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.

Amen.

 

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Stations of the Cross for Lent

 

The Vigil Project is hosting live concerts and events at KeepWatchandpray.com

Bishop Bambera's Latest Message to the Faithful of the Diocese of Scranton

 

March 16th Letter to the Faithful

March 25th Letter to the Faithful

Plenary Indulgence Information

The Vatican’s Apostolic Penitentiary has granted a plenary indulgence for people with COVID-19 and for those who care for them, including medical staff and family members, and for those who pray for them. For information on this plenary indulgence and for a full explanation of what a Plenary Indulgence is and how to obtain this indulgence.

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Corona Virus Information

Coronavirus Precautions:

  • Religious Education Classes are postponed until further notice.
      • We will follow the local schools' schedules.
  • All events postponed until further notice.
  • Mass is live-streamed on Facebook on Sundays at 9:30 AM. Please follow our Facebook Page. or come to the website here.
  • The "Made for More" event has been rescheduled for Oct. 15th.
    • All tickets purchased for the March 31st date will be accepted for the Oct. 15th date.
  • Keep checking back here for updates.

 

Mass Times: Public Masses currently suspended

Mass Schedule
Saturday - 5:00pm
Sunday - 8:30am & 11:00am
Monday - 7:00am
Tuesday - 7:00am
Wednesday - 6:00pm
Thursday - 9:00am
Friday - 7:00am
Holydays - See Bulletin

Confessions
Thursday - 5:30 - 7:00pm with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and by appointment

Office Hours

Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm.

Closed Friday
Closed Holy Days and Holidays

RE Corner

While Religious Classes are currently suspended, religious education in the home has and will never be suspended. We ask parents (the primary educators and catechists) to continue Religious Education in the home.

Below you will find instructions on how to log-in and continue online Religious Education classes. We hope these resources are helpful.

  1. The new Gospel Weeklies website is located at www.gospelweeklies.com. This is the same web address as before.
  2. At the top of the main page choose Register. DO NOT CHOOSE LOGIN. A box will appear asking for some information.
  3. Enter your name. Everyone will enter their own name.
  4. Enter the customer/user # 1130771. Everyone will enter this number. This number does appear on the invoices.
  5. Enter email address. Everyone will enter their own email address.
  6. Enter password. Everyone will create their own password.

If the steps above are followed correctly, you will have access to all online material. If you have access to the student lessons, you are registered correctly. Once registered, you should not need to register again this school year. After registering, use the following link to access the Unit 4 digital student lessons.

https://www.pflaumweeklies.com/lesson-downloads/?fbclid=IwAR3vxQQY9WzSlpJfPnMkPVys4tmXVqKTumiT4pQsCZKx5iYQ2mCj9bkChxc#1584111174258-250dbcaa-17ba

“Parents have the first responsibility for the education of their children. They bear witness to this responsibility first by creating a home where tenderness, forgiveness, respect, fidelity, and disinterested service are the rule. The home is well suited for education in the virtues. This requires an apprenticeship in self-denial, sound judgment, and self-mastery-the preconditions of all true freedom. Parents should teach their children to subordinate the ‘material and instinctual dimensions to interior and spiritual ones.’ Parents have a grave responsibility to give good example to their children. By knowing how to acknowledge their own failings to their children, parents will be better able to guide and correct them.” (CCC 2223)

“Education in the faith by the parents should begin in the child’s earliest years. This already happens when family members help one another to grow in faith by the witness of a Christian life in keeping with the Gospel. Family catechesis precedes, accompanies, and enriches other forms of instruction in the faith. Parents have the mission of teaching their children to pray and to discover their vocation as children of God. The parish is the Eucharistic community and the heart of the liturgical life of Christian families; it is a privileged place for the catechesis of children and parents.” (CCC 2226)

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